Looking at some of the hotel listings there are a few apartments. As is policy on apartments, a consensus must be made before they can go in. I think Perth has enough hotels/backpackers that rentals are not necessary for most travellers.
I will move them here while discussions go on,
- Somerset St Georges Terrace Perth, No 185 St Georges Terrace, ☎ (61-8) 9226 3355 (firstname.lastname@example.org, fax: (61-8) 9226 1055), . Surrounded by restaurants, entertainment, art & culture destinations and parks, the residence provides security, comfort and convenience.Every apartment, ranging from studios to one-bedrooms have broadband internet access, designer fixtures, additional lounge and work spaces and a home entertainment system for the comfort of the residents. Daily rates starts from $175.75. edit
- Duke's Apartments, 123 Wellington St, ☎ +61 4 0908 5259, . Duke's consists of 1 - 4 bedroom apartments that sleep 2 - 10 people in holiday houses or apartments. edit
- Flat One Perth, 128 Mounts Bay Road, (email@example.com), . Flat One Perth is a great alternative to hotel accommodation. It's a 5 star designed, 2 bedroom, luxury executive apartment just a short walk from the CBD, King's Park and the convention centre. Facilities include plasma TV, swimming pool, tennis courts and gym. edit
- Mantra on Hay, Perth, 201 Hay Street, ☎ 1300 987 604 (within Australia) or +61 8 9267 4888 (firstname.lastname@example.org, fax: +61 8 9267 4838), . 4 1/2 star property with one, two and three bedroom apartments with full kitchen facilities, laundry, free Foxtel and balconies to all rooms. edit
- Mantra on Murray, Perth, 305 Murray Street, ☎ 1300 987 604 (within Australia) or +61 8 9347 7000 (email@example.com, fax: +61 8 9347 7007), . 4 star comfort in the heart of the city. 192 fully equipped and spacious apartments including kitchen, lounge and dining areas. edit
Thoughts? Cardboardbird 21:08, 24 November 2010 (EST)